Jacques Geslin
Jacmel, 3-20-54

At the Beaux-Arts, he frequents the studios of painters Jérôme, Dupoux and Simil during 6 years. The dream of a friendly jungle haunts him. He reproduces it in his works, dictated by the imaginary, with a lot of finesse and dexterity. One sees parrots, goats, and horses in a luxuriant vegetation. His work is shown in great collections around the world.